Well, the superfluous proletariat destroyed, there will remain a population of capitalists living on gratuitous imports and served by a disaffected
Or rather, I suppose the truth was this, that all hands were disaffected
by the example of the ringleaders--only some more, some less; and a few, being good fellows in the main, could neither be led nor driven any further.
We went together to Fremona, and being in all a patriarch, a bishop, eighteen Jesuits, and four hundred Portuguese whom I supplied with necessaries, though the revenues of our house were lost, and though the country was disaffected
to us, in the worst season of the year.
To this reasoning it may perhaps be objected, that if any State should be disaffected
to the authority of the Union, it could at any time obstruct the execution of its laws, and bring the matter to the same issue of force, with the necessity of which the opposite scheme is reproached.
He had already had proofs that several of them were disaffected
to the enterprise, and loath to cross the mountains.
Here's my wife disaffected
already, and your girls will be no better.
I wish to goodness it mayn't,' murmured she, with a sigh, as she returned to her own apartment, while I threw myself on the bed, feeling most undutifully disaffected
towards her for having deprived me of what seemed the only shadow of a consolation that remained, and chained me to that wretched couch of thorns.
The Duke of Wellington had but twenty thousand British troops on whom he could rely, for the Germans were raw militia, the Belgians disaffected
, and with this handful his Grace had to resist a hundred and fifty thousand men that had broken into Belgium under Napoleon.
Few consider him the man to reconnect Labour with disaffected
core voters and halt Ukip.
It is the disaffected
fringe that we, Muslims included, should be trying to identify.
We are in communication with the disaffected
community whose objective appears to be the removal of the local mayor.
I'm no politician, nor do I actively choose to follow politics, but surely even Mr Castle, as a local councillor, should know that the first rule of politics is to listen to what your constituents are telling you rather than implying they are disaffected